TV Stand. Thursday , October 12th , 2017 - 13:57:42 PM
Most TV stands specify a maximum weight in addition to maximum width for the flat panel TVs they can accommodate. You should be careful about the weight specification though. Some manufacturers specify the total weight including all shelves that a stand can handle and some will specify just the weight of the TV, which means the weight that the top of the TV stand can withstand. AV furniture style is important. When it comes to your home furnishings, its all about how it makes you feel. You have your own style and your TV stand should reflect that.
It clears up floor space and is safer for kids and pets, especially in small spaces where injuries can be sustained when televisions fall. Another benefit is that a mounted wall TV stand is the perfect set up for surround-sound systems, Blu-ray players, and video game consoles but only if there is a way to hide all the cords. Otherwise the setup can look like a mess. Wireless systems are an option, but not every element will have a wireless technology option.
Many of these types of stands are actually deceptively complex however, and will have features such as hidden areas to tidy away cables, as well as plenty of space for equipment such as games consoles, DVD players or Free view boxes. Just remember, if you have a lot of equipment, make sure that your stand has enough room for them. You should also be aware that this kind of stand must be strong enough to hold the TV and other equipment that you intend to be placing on it. All of the these items will have a weight limit, and you should be careful to stay well within this limit in order to protect you and your family from accidents as well as stop the equipment from being broken.
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